I am going through one online video course and there the author of the course has specifically mentioned to install the below version of create react app so that things won’t break later on. Here is the screenshot from his course:
However, when I did the same thing in my command prompt, like the following, I got completely different thing:
C:\jack\myfolder>npm -i -g email@example.com Usage: npm <command> where <command> is one of: access, adduser, audit, bin, bugs, c, cache, ci, cit, completion, config, create, ddp, dedupe, deprecate, dist-tag, docs, doctor, edit, explore, get, help, help-search, hook, i, init, install, install-test, it, link, list, ln, login, logout, ls, outdated, owner, pack, ping, prefix, profile, prune, publish, rb, rebuild, repo, restart, root, run, run-script, s, se, search, set, shrinkwrap, star, stars, start, stop, t, team, test, token, tst, un, uninstall, unpublish, unstar, up, update, v, version, view, whoami npm <command> -h quick help on <command> npm -l display full usage info npm help <term> search for help on <term> npm help npm involved overview Specify configs in the ini-formatted file: C:\Users\akhare\.npmrc or on the command line via: npm <command> --key value Config info can be viewed via: npm help config firstname.lastname@example.org C:\Program Files\nodejs\node_modules\npm
Why am I getting like this?